I obtained my medical degree in 2012 at the Faculty of General Medicine of Semmelweis University. I started my career at the Urology Department of Szent János Hospital, and since 2014 I have been working at one of the most renowned urology departments in the country, Jahn Ferenc Dél-Pest Hospital. I passed the urology exam in 2018. I am a member of the European Urological Association (EAU) and the Hungarian Urological Association (MUT). I am currently working in several private practices in Budapest.
When I was introduced to urology as a student, I was captivated by the diversity of the profession, as we can eliminate the pathological factors hidden behind the patient's complaints with one of the widest range of tools. In addition to the classic open surgeries, we can also encounter a multitude of laparoscopic, robot-assisted, microsurgical and completely different approaches to upper and lower urinary tract endoscopic surgeries, besides which extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWL) deserves mention.
I am one of those lucky people who can encounter a wide variety of diseases during their work, but in addition to these, my attention is directed towards kidney stone patients.
I consider it important to provide comprehensive patient information and to treat my patients according to the latest professional recommendations. My goal is to create a circle of trust with my patients where they can honestly open up, thereby providing them with personalized treatment.
My field of expertise:
- kidney stone surgery,
- kidney stone prevention,
- bladder tumor and prostate removal through the urethra,
- laparoscopic surgeries
I prefer to spend my free time with my family, my wife and two little girls.